Speck: Pioneers is an app we designed, scored and built for iOS devices. It’s an easy to learn strategy game where you lead a scrappy band of Speck NanoBots to colonize the land of GloWest…all of it. But it’s not that simple. You don’t think you’re the only band of scrappy pioneers, do you? Here are some of the characters:
There are single and multi-player modes as well as unlockable rewards. Play against AI or against a friend across several different boards as you make your way to the finish. Go get it!
Check out some of the Speck: Pioneers gameplay screens here. If you have any questions or support issues, please contact us at email@example.com. You can also view the full instructions for the game on our User Guide page. Good luck and enjoy!
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